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Le Banana Pi veut concurrencer le Raspberry Pi

Le marché des minis-ordinateurs est dominé depuis deux ans par le Raspberry Pi, avec plus de deux millions d’unités vendues à travers le monde. Mais …

Taking Swift for a Test Flight | Symbility Intersect

The dust is still settling from our trip to Apple’s WWDC, where Apple unveiled its new programming language Swift.<p>As Craig Federighi has put it, …

Basic Comparison of Functions in C# and Apple Swift Programming Language

Previously I wrote a basic comparison of the C# and Apple Swift programming language syntax. In this article we'll dive a little deeper into a …

Swift Tutorial Part 1: Expressions, Variables & Constants

Learn how to code using Swift 3 and playgrounds!<p>Welcome to our mini series on getting started with programming in Swift!<p>In this series, you’ll learn …

How to do proper Lazy Loading in Swift

How lazy are you?<p>Lazy loading is something every programmer should have in their tool belt, especially when working with smartphone Apps. It will …

Swift optionals made simple

5 Additional Tips and Tricks<p>5.1 Optionals for unknown Methods<p>Optionals also work for unknown selectors. Say you want to call a method on a …

Swift: More than you probably want to know about type introspection

Objective-C is very very good at introspection. You can pull things into and out of types, and generally have a blast metaprogramming yourself to …

Regex in Swift

I’ve been playing around with Swift and one thing that struck me as odd/disappointing is the lack of regular expression literals.First off, the …

An Introduction To Object-Oriented Programming in Swift

In exciting programming language news (how often do you get to say that?) Apple recently released Swift, a compiled language meant to augment …

Swift Standard Library: Documented and undocumented built-in functions in the Swift standard library – the complete list with all 74 functions

Swift has 74 built-in functions but only seven of them are documented in the Swift book (“The Swift Programming Language”). The rest remain …

Swift Tutorial Part 1: Expressions, Variables & Constants

Learn how to code using Swift 3 and playgrounds!<p>Welcome to our mini series on getting started with programming in Swift!<p>In this series, you’ll learn …

Friday Q&A 2014-06-20: Interesting Swift Features

Posted at 2014-06-20 13:17 | RSS feed (Full text feed) | Blog Index<br>Next article: Friday Q&A 2014-07-04: Secrets of Swift's Speed <br>Previous article: …

Using Swift REPL from Sublime Text

Sublime Text is by far my favorite text editor. In its rich ecosystem of plugins you can find some absolute gems, and one of those is SublimeREPL …

A Beginner’s Guide to Optionals in Swift

Swift was announced three weeks ago. Since then, I have been reading the Swift’s official guide and playing around with it in Xcode 6 beta. I started …

Swift Sequences and Lazy Evaluation

I’ve had a lot of fun poking around the Swift APIs over the past few weeks. The lack of documentation means that there are a some real gems hidden …

Arrays in Swift Beta 2

Problem, solution and workaround<p>We know that Arrays in Swift behave a little weirdly, and also that Apple will fix this going forward. (<b>Update:</b> Apple …

Swift: around and around!

Writing accessible Web Components - Part 1 of a new guide by +Alice Boxhall ...

We'll see if we can get some videos done too :)<p>Apr 4, 2014<p>This is fantastic!<p>Apr 4, 2014<p>The "ARIA Custom Text" link leads me to a "You need …

The Extensible Web Manifesto

We—the undersigned—want to change how web standards committees create and prioritize new features. We believe that this is critical to the long-term …

Embracing Command Line Tooling with Backbone Applications

In this article I’ll take you through how we can use command line tools such as Grunt, Bower and Yeoman to speed up our typical development workflow. …

WTF, HTML and CSS?

Contents<p>Declare a doctype<p>Always include a doctype. I recommend the simple HTML5 doctype:<p>Skipping the doctype can cause issues with malformed tables, …

Sorting: Understanding How Famous Sorting Algorithms Work - information aesthetics

There are quite a few visualizations of sorting algorithms out there, such as at sorting-algorithms.com and sortvis.org. "Sorting" [sorting.at], …